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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-15-2007 11:52 AM
sailingdog Again guys... CHECK THE DATES... This thread is three years old... if he hasn't gotten crew and gone by now...he ain't going.
09-15-2007 10:15 AM
Harryeod Hi,
I'm an experienced sailor looking to sail from Seattle to San Diego three years ago. If there is some way you can beam me back in time I would be willing to make the trip for free; because I would be three years younger and I will know what stocks to invest in. And I will know not to run that stop sign that I ran three years ago because there was a cop sitting there watching
09-14-2007 09:54 PM
Richardson
Dramatist seeks sail experience

Hi,

I'm 50, a playwright and retired software guru, cosmologist seeking sail experience for eventual ownership. I know how to sail, having grown up on Cape Cod but it has been a while since I've been underway. Good sense of humor, people person, good cook, electronics and software skills. SCUBA cert, ham operator, in good physical condition (bike rider) divorced, with time to travel and learn.

Sounds like the perfect ship as it is in the class I am looking for. Happy to chat by phone or e-mail. Thanks for your consideration!

g. richardson
Victoria, BC
250 857 9221
06-21-2007 11:58 PM
sailingdog Seawitchlj2-

Are you aware that the original post is from THREE years ago...and is most likely over and done with.
06-21-2007 12:31 PM
seawitchlj2 I don't know how many crew members you are looking for but it seems you have a lot to choose from. I am a retired RN, have a good bit of sailing experience, sailed from Tampa FL to the Bahamas on a 26 ft. Westerly. Also sailed from Tampa Bay to Havana Cuba on a 42 ft. Catamaran as one of a crew of 8. Presently own a small Montgomery which I sail mostly single handed own inland lakes. Would love to experience sailing in the Pacific. eMail me at seawitchlj@yahoo.com.

Sandra
05-18-2007 01:01 AM
Sprinta
Sail to San Diego

Would you be interested in a part way crew member? SF to LA or San Diego?

Will you be stopping in SF Bay?

Dave
05-17-2007 09:10 PM
CharlieCobra I'm curious how the trip went.
05-17-2007 08:01 PM
camaraderie Ahhh...welcome Tom but I think you missed the boat by about 8 months!
05-17-2007 07:30 PM
tomflyer
crew.....Hi tell me more,I am experienced ,hard working

Quote:
Originally Posted by dsbentley
I am looking for crew to help sail down a Roberts 57'' Cutter. This is a beautiful boat that is heading to the Caribbean and this is the first leg. Let me know if your interested.
I can do most anything can repair engines,electronics,refrigeration,cook etc.
x commercial aircraft pilot,radio telephone license w/ ships radar endorsement
many other qualifications and certifications little blue water experience.
own 2 sailboats.
tom cowley tomflyer@netzero.net 503.777.3620
Portland Oregon
Chao
09-08-2006 05:16 PM
imogen My boyfriend and I have been living on our sailboat this Summer teaching ourselves to sail and travelling the waters of British Columbia...and love it. Now we want some open ocean. Ryan is Canadian, 26, and a good time guitarist, and I (Imogen) am a Brit, 24, and an ex-GB triathlete...and we're very nice. We can also catch fish and make tasty feasts. We could help crew your boat to San Diego. Please email imogenruk@yahoo.co.uk
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